Chennai: Leaders of the AIADMK (Amma) faction, headed by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami, said on Thursday the appointment of TTV Dhinakaran as Deputy Secretary VK Sasikala violated the statutes of the celebration.
A resolution adopted at a meeting convened at the party’s headquarters said Dhinakaran was expelled by Jayalalithaa in December 2011 from the main party members.
Reinstatement in the party on February 14 and his appointment as Deputy Secretary General of the aftermath have been in violation of ordinance 30 (V).
“Since he did not continue as the main member of five years, he can not hold any office in the party according to local regulations,” the resolution said.
The resolution, signed by the 27th frame of the scale, including Palaniswami, was distributed to the media after the meeting.
It is interesting to note that the main ministers Dindigul C and K Sreenivasan Un Sengottaiyan, nominated by Sasikala as president and party tutor, did not sign the resolution.
The resolution says that the Electoral Commission rejected a Dhinakaran response on March 3 because its name was not on the list of incumbents appointed by Jayalalithaa and presented to the committee.
“The appointment of the Secretary-General (Sasikala), who appointed him, is also the subject of an investigation by the Commission.” In response, Dhinakaran made an arbitrary announcement by appointing officials on 4 August.
When the head of a post appointed by Puratchi Thalaivi Amma carry the party in unison, his appointment creating confusion will not join the cadres of the party, “said the resolution.
The EPS field sought to emphasize that officials appointed by Jayalalithaa lead the party and the government.
“Our managers do not like to see someone instead of Amma, our permanent secretary general. But VK Sasikala was appointed secretary general until a new secretary general is elected in accordance with the rules of the game.
I could not work because of extraordinary circumstances. Many people questioned his appointment. We leaders lead the party and the government, “the resolution says.
In a strong signal for the fields of competition, the resolution was a “good” demand for executives who were forced to remain united with the principle of being united bring thousands of advantages and achieve the aspirations of Jayalalithaa.
The party cadres were asked to reject the indications made by Dhinakaran because they are not valid.